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The Eloy Chamber of Commerce promotes cooperation among businesses, trade, professional associations and governmental agencies while encouraging the growth of new and existing businesses to enhance the image of the City of Eloy.
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Business Luncheon   February 5th, 2015 - Santa Cruz Valley Union High School                     "Summer Jobs Program for Eloy High School Students"                                                         Speakers: Mayor Joel Belloc /  Superintendent Orlenda Roberts                                                        SCVUHS: Larry Starks - Frank Jimenez                                                                                           11:30 a.m. -- 1:00 p.m.                                                                                                                                              

Save The Date:  Annual Awards Banquet: February 20, 2015

Robson Ranch - The Hermosa Room 6:00 p.m. Cocktails      6:00 p.m. No Host Cash Bar  /   6:30 - 9:00 p.m. Dinner

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(2004 Honoree- Irene Gamilis) (2005- Ana Medin a) (2006- Dick Meyers) (2007- Coy Amerson) (2008-Levi Jones) (2009- Jerry Warren)

(20 I 0 Honoree's-Rosie and Charles (Curley) Coyle) (2011- Mayor Byron Jackson)(2012 -William Carnell)  (2013- Lucy Rangel)


H.B. Christy   Award

                                             Presented to The Chamber Business member contributing above and beyond for the growth and betterment of the Chamber, the city and the Eloy area.



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(2004 Honoree- Fidelity Title)    (2005- Leonor Burruel)    (2006- APS)           (2007- Linda Gibson)                   (2008-CCA)        (2009- Ed Robson)

(20 I 0 Honoree-HASA) (2011- Pinal Hispanic Council) (2012- Sun Life Family Health)                                (2013- Salt River Project SRP)


S.P.O.K.E   Award

as to the intent and p      Presented to a Chamber Member who has given SERVICE to the Eloy Chamber, has actively PARTICIPATED to the fullest ability, has been properly ORIENTED f the Chamber  of Commerce movement, has acquired and shown KNOWLEDGE of the community, pride and service, has promoted our  community and ideas with sincere ETHUSIASM.




(2004 Honoree-Allan Gramando)      (2005- Paula Lambert)  (2006- Jose Garcia)                             (2007- Joe Blanton)     (2008 - Paula Lambert)         (2009-Terry Strain)

(20I0) Honoree-Golden Eagle Distributors)    (2011- Marie “Toni Lorona”)                                      (2012- Etta Ruth Amerson)    (2013- Corazon De Latinos Unidos                               

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Eloy Chamber of Commerce   305 N. Stuart Blvd.   Eloy, AZ   85131           Fax-520-466-4698




[EXCLUSIVE] Pinal Supervisor Chase says PhoenixMart not ‘in danger’

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Screen Shot 2015-01-06 at 5.47.04 PMBy Phil Riske | Managing Editor

Delays and tight lips surrounding the massive PhoenixMart project in Casa Grande are part of doing business, and “naysayers” should be patient, Pinal County Supervisor Carol Chase tells Rose Law Group Reporter.

“What company tells everyone everything they are doing? It is called keeping a competitive advantage,” she said in an e-mail. “Keeping things quiet certainly is not just a Phoenix Mart phenomena [sic].”

Supervisor Carol Chase

Supervisor Carol Chase

Chase referred to an exclusive article by Rose Law Group Reporter in which several Casa Grande city officials expressed frustrations over the $1B, 585-acre, 1.7-million-square-foot global product sourcing center project. Two project CEOs have resigned since the project was announced in 2013.

“Like any huge multi-million dollar project, [PhoenixMart] morphed as time went on,” Chase said. [PhoenixMart parent, a Chinese company] Az Sourcing started out with one plan, but as time rolled on, decided that the original plans could be modified to reach max potential . . . a new concept of doing business, and changes to plans are expected. Same with keeping their plans ‘close to the vest.’ ”

Az Sourcing is headed by Elizabeth Mann, who has rejected requests for an interview.

As reported by multiple news sources, she was the subject of two criminal investigations years ago, but was never charged.

A source close to the project told Rose Law Group Reporter some of the problems involve differences in the way Chinese and Americans view business strategies and tactics.

Chase said, “Add the fact that the [PhoenixMart] project is a combination of mostly Chinese and American business strategies involving hundreds of millions of dollars of foreign capital, different attitudes on how local governments can or will be involved and simply the experience of vastly different cultures, make the entire process extremely difficult to identify and mitigate the myriad of problems inherent in a project of this scope and size.”

During a Casa Grande Planning and Zoning Commission meeting in October last year, AZ Sourcing then-CEO Jeremy Schoenfelder pushed back a 2105 completion date, saying building the facility might extend into 2016.

“Economic development is a marathon, not a sprint,” Chase said. “The fact that a groundbreaking ceremony was held over two years ago, and construction has just started in the past two weeks does not mean the project is in danger.”

Risking a catastrophe by rushing the project, she said, “is not a good Chinese or American business model.”

- See more at: http://roselawgroupreporter.com/2015/01/exclusive-pinal-supervisor-chase-says-phoenixmart-not-danger/#sthash.diWuBTEJ.dpuf 



CCA benefits America by protecting public safety with the Eloy Detention Center, LaPalma, Red Rock, Saguaro Corrections and is the cities largest employer.

manufacturing HASA, Inc. is primarly engaged in the production, sale, and distribution of sodium hypochlorite products. Established in 1964 and expanded to Eloy in 1972.
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medical facility Sun Life Family Health Center and Pharmacy is the largest provider of primary healthcare services in Pinal County and has opened a brand new, state of the art facility in Eloy.
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research farm Bridgestone Americas new source of rubber for its tires is growing in Eloy. The first crops were planted in 2013 with more than 80 acres of the plant guayule flourishing.
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Founded in 1902 and incorporated in 1949

The City of Eloy celebrated its 65th anniversary in 2014

Eloy, Arizona offers a varied range of community facilities including a new library, an airport (E60), 3 recreation centers, 7 parks, 2 swimming pools, an Aquatic Center, 4 tennis courts, 2 volleyball courts and over 700+ acres of industrial park space. Eloy is ready for your business!
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